WHAT IS HEARTCODE?

The HeartCode courses are the only American Heart Association approved online course for learners who want to obtain an AHA certification in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and/or Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). These online courses use eSimulation technology to allow learners to assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. This method of learning provides training consistency, adaptability to different learning styles, and flexibility for the student’s and employer’s time. Students can work at their own pace applying their knowledge to real-time decision making and skills development. Learners can also combine two or more HeartCode courses into one skill session, thereby efficiently obtaining their American Heart certifications in one skill session. Choose a course title below to learn more.

 

 

 HeartCode BLS HeartCode ACLS  HeartCode PALS 

WHAT AMERICAN HEART CLASSES OR SKILL SESSION DO YOU OFFER?

We offer all of the American Heart Association (AHA) classes, from non-card issuing classes (Friends and Family CPR) to advanced classes (ACLS and PALS).

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Can I take an online only CPR course?

 

There’s a ton of online only classes for CPR, ACLS, and First Aid but they are not endorsed or supported by the CPR Training Company.

What is the difference between HeartCode and classroom?

This question, or some variation of it, is a common question we are asked all the time. Heartcode vs Classroom

As the side image shows, there are two tracks to consider when it comes to American Heart Association training. The two tracks are either or options, meaning you pick one or the other option because both tracks lead to the same AHA certification card.

“But my school (or employer) requires me to only attend a class and not take an online class” you say. Um ok but the concept behind the "rule" fails to take into account two specific AHA concepts.

• First both the HeartCode and classroom options use the same exact educational material (same videos, same written test, etc.). What you see in a class and what you see online are the same, only the location changes.

• Second the same course completion card is issued for either option (HeartCode and classroom). For all practical reasons the rule cannot be enforced simply by looking at your AHA course completion card.

The track you decide to follow is up to you and your budget. The CPR Training Company is here to support both HeartCode and AHA classroom options.

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GET MY COURSE COMPLETION CARD?

We ask our instructors to advise learners on when they can expect an ecard. Many instructors issue ecards within hours of successfully completing all requirements and payments (and the majority within 24-48 hours).

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